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BS ISO 15114:2014 Fibre-reinforced plastic composites. Determination of the mode II fracture resistance for unidirectionally reinforced materials using the calibrated end-loaded split (C-ELS) test and an effective crack length approach

BS ISO 15114:2014

Fibre-reinforced plastic composites. Determination of the mode II fracture resistance for unidirectionally reinforced materials using the calibrated end-loaded split (C-ELS) test and an effective crack length approach

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Standard number:BS ISO 15114:2014
Pages:30
Released:2014-05-31
ISBN:978 0 580 70339 3
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 15114:2014


This standard BS ISO 15114:2014 Fibre-reinforced plastic composites. Determination of the mode II fracture resistance for unidirectionally reinforced materials using the calibrated end-loaded split (C-ELS) test and an effective crack length approach is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 83.120 Reinforced plastics

This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of mode II shear load delamination resistance. GIIC, (critical energy release rate), of unidirectional fibre-reinforced plastic composites using the calibrated end-loaded split (C-ELS) test.

It is applicable to carbon-fibre and glass-fibre reinforced thermosets and thermoplastics.

The scope is not necessarily limited to these fibres and lay-ups, but for laminates with other types of fibres or lay-ups, no recommendations for specimen dimensions and fibre volume content are currently available.